Automotive service technicians work in an exciting and rapidly changing industry. Students in this program will receive training in the many service and diagnostic procedures necessary to maintain our nation on wheels. They train in modern laboratories equipped with current service and testing equipment. Opportunities for advancement may include factory and dealer representatives, management and self-employment.
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|AMST 2001||Introduction to Transportation||1|
|AMST 1002||Introduction to Automotive Electrical/Electronics||4|
|AMST 1220||HP Drivelines||4|
|AMST 1330||HP Fuel/Electronics Ignitions||4|
|AMST 1003||Engine Theory/Service||4|
|AMST 1104||Power Train Systems||4|
|AMST 1105||Steering and Suspension||4|
|AMST 1130||Automotive Electrical II||4|
|AMST 2113||Heating Ventilation A/C||2|
|AMST 2215||Motorsports Fabrication||4|
|AMST 2216||Engine Performance||2|
|AMST 2217||Engine Performance Lab||4|
|AMST 2220||Introduction to Hybrid Vehicles||2|
|AMST 2230||Auto Diesel/ Diesel Performance||3|
|AMST 2236||Chassis Dynameter Lab||2|
|AMST 2242||Forced Induction Systems||3|
|COMM 1102||Applied Communication||3|
|HPER 1410||First Aid / CPR||1|
|MATH 1100||Technical Math||3|
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